A Practical Workshop for Parents and Carers of Highly Able Children
Learning can take place anywhere. Sometimes the richness of opportunity presented by a visit to a Cathedral can be overwhelming.
Join us for an active session of learning how to use a visit to promote individual learning, develop research skills and promote a positive approach to learning for able children.
A practical introduction to how to make the most of a visit to Lincoln Cathedral or place of interest for your child's enrichment, enjoyment and intellectual challenge. Sensible shoes a must!
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Start date: 10:00am, 26th Jan, 2018
End date: 12:30pm, 26th Jan, 2018
Location: Lincoln, North East
Masterclass year groups:
Masterclass leader: John Senior
Bio: John is a highly experienced and creative freelance education consultant, lecturer and writer. He has worked with able, gifted and talented children for over 3 decades as well as their teachers, carers and parents, Advisor for several London Boroughs as an Advisor as well as previously a Director of GIFT Ltd, Otherwise Ltd and the National Youth Director for the National Association for Gifted Children. He loves learning and working as a co-operative learner with anything that breathes. As an academic writer, leader, advisor and consultant he explores creativity and innovative learning. He has written extensively for both academic and popular readerships specialising in providing enrichment activities that stimulate independent thinking. He is currently a Contributing Editor and Senior Reviewer for Gifted Education International, a SAGE Journal and joint editor and contributor of the Handbook of Gifted Education (SAGE to be published 2018).
Venue: Lincoln Cathedral
Address: Minster Yard, Lincoln , Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN2 1PX